Condor Cycles sell a wide range of bikes and related accessories.
Venue Details & Map
49-53 Gray's Inn RoadLondonWC1X 8PP
- +44 (0)20 7269 6820
- Public transport:
- Chancery Lane, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Condor Cycles
Great independent bike shop, with knowledgable staff who go the extra effort to help. I have been in here a number of times now, and it is the best cycle shop in London that I have used to get things like clothing, bags, tyres, brake pads etc. Every time, they have provided excellent customer service and if someone is not sure about something they will make sure they find out for you.
The best high end bike shop in London with the widest selection in my opinion. They upstairs is filled with every type of accessory and part you need. Downstairs has lots of off the peg bikes and custom bikes. They do bike fittings and also have lots of historical vintage frames on display! They have helpful staff who are patent answering questions. Top top - they have the biggest... more
Walked in this morning to get my brakes looked at and the wonderful man who helped me not only sorted out my brakes but the whole bike there and then. My cycle to work couldn't have been smoother or safer. Will definitely only be going to Condor Cycles for anything to do with my bike and couldn't recommend it more for others to do the same. more
A great cycle shop, possibly one of the best, beautiful bikes and clothing - it's very pricey.
Yet I agree with other reviewers. Staff here need to get real!
They ponce around as if they know more than Lance Armstrong or Chris Hoy put together. Peer disdainfully at your ride if it's not worth more than 4000 pounds. Actually, they would probably still frown upon a 8000 pound bike, because... more
A bicycle shop that caters for SERIOUS CYCLISTS.
And by "SERIOUS CYCLISTS" I mean road cyclists who like to wear fluorescent jerseys and spandex and who would scoff at anyone cycling with flat-bars. Oh, and ladies.
Expect to see lots of Rapha and merino wool clothes. Racing accessories. A few urban cycling bits from Swrve.
But not much for women. Or anyone who isn't a roadie.